From unique and refreshing eateries to unforgettable miles of fresh shorelines, there is no shortage of  Wisconsin adventures.


Known as the “Bicycling Capital of America,” Sparta is located in the scenic Driftless Area of Wisconsin.

You’ll have access to over 100 miles of multi-use trails including the Elroy-Sparta State Trail, the first rails-to-trails bicycle route in the country. Paddle down the La Crosse River or soak up some history at one of the museums in town and explore Sparta together with your favorite people.


Waukesha County is an exciting mix of bustling cities, friendly suburbs, and rural landscapes, tucked next door to Milwaukee and just a few hours north of Chicago and south of Green Bay and Appleton. Waukesha County blends metropolitan sophistication with natural beauty and rich history, making it a destination that’s an escape from the ordinary.



Madison’s a get-on-your-feet kind of city. A good eats kind of city—a city where history and future meet. A city with a small-town feel and big-city amenities. 

A thriving place with a feeling all its own. Madison is walkable, bikable, stay up all night-able.


In the heart of Wisconsin’s Driftless Region, Mineral Point transports you to a historic Cornish village.

Miners from Cornwall, England, were among the first to settle here, and their stone homes and businesses have been carefully restored. 


The central Wisconsin city of Portage was named for an ancient overland portage that has linked the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers for thousands of years.

Stroll the city’s historic downtown retail district with friends to discover unique cafes and shops. Explore the area’s striking natural scenery by foot, bike or boat. Immerse yourself in the region’s past at local museums and tour what’s left of Fort Winnebago to feel history come alive.